NFL: Baltimore 34, New York Jets 17

Oct. 3, 2011 at 12:26 AM

BALTIMORE, Oct. 3 (UPI) -- Jameel McClain and Jarret Johnson each returned fumbles for touchdowns Sunday and the Baltimore Ravens stifled the New York Jets 34-17.

Both McClain and Johnson converted miscues by Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez into scores and Ladarius Webb picked off Sanchez for a 73-yard touchdown as the Ravens' defense accounted for 21 points.

Ray Rice scored Baltimore's only offensive TD, carrying the ball 25 times for 66 yards. Joe Flacco completed just 10-of-31 passes for 163 yards and was intercepted once for the Ravens (3-1).

Sanchez managed to complete 11-of-35 of his passes for just 119 yards for New York (2-2).

The Jets scored on Joe McKnight's 107-yard kickoff return and David Harris' interception return.

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